I just posted that I’m very excited about my (quickly) upcoming Green Giant Valley Visit but that I was a bit nervous because of flying alone at the Atlanta airport. Well, the super awesome PR I’ve been in contact with for the trip provided me with a couple helpful tips for flying at the Atlanta airport. I thought it would make for a great post, so I’m going to share them with you.
When you land in Atlanta, there should be a gate agent in the terminal waiting to help people catch their next flights. If you find that person and let them know where you are going, they will point you in the right direction and let you know how to get there. They can also let you know if there have been any gate changes, so definitely look for the gate agent.
Typically airlines will be in the same terminal, so hopefully you won’t have to go too far. Atlanta also has a quick underground train that takes you from terminal to terminal if you need it. (It’s really easy to navigate by reading the signs). Also the gate agent will let you know if you should get on it.
Also – if for some reason you miss your connection, the airline will work with you to reschedule your flight. So don’t worry too much about that!
I thought those were very helpful tips. I’m very relieved to hear about these gate agents. I will definitely be on the lookout for one. They sound like they could be really handy.
Have you ever flown to/out of the airport in Atlanta? What was your experience like? Did you find the gate agents to be helpful?
Disclosure: Green Giant is sponsoring my trip to Minnesota. However, I was not required to post anything about it. Additionally, these tips are NOT from an official travel expert, but rather a regular traveler (who happens to be a great PR rep).